What could this be?

by Taylor
(New Brunswick, Canada )

The entire piece is glass, however there is see-through area in the middle. There is also spots of red which are unable to be seen in photos.

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Jul 06, 2022

by: David

Off-hand, it appears to be bonfire glass. However, it is a rather unusual combination of colors.

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